SANTA ROSA (CBS SF/BCN) — The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors unanimously adopted on Friday a $2 billion budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year that steers money towards the needy and wildfire prevention.

County officials said the budget includes investments in areas such as emergency response, vegetation management, COVID-19 recovery and the county’s pension liability. There’s also million put towards the area’s social safety net.

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The county’s 2021-2022 fiscal year spending plan also includes $5 million in investment in strategic plan priorities, $2 million in investment in non-congregate shelters and safe parking for homeless individuals, $3.75 million to pay down unfunded pension liabilities, $5.85 million for a new county center project, $1.8 million to fund upgrades to veterans buildings, $350,000 for visitor centers and chambers of commerce to help with the economic recovery, $350,000 for septic infrastructure and $140,000 to move the county’s archives out of the Los Guilicos site.

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The county’s budget is primarily made up of state and federal funding and other revenues designated for specific programs in the county’s 25 different departments. Discretionary revenue makes up about $350 million of the total budget.

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